Why the New York Times and ABC News were duped by the Fake News of Fox News
The New York Post and ABC are now facing allegations of fake news, as the New Yorkers Times and the ABC News Network have both been duped.
In a press release, the New Times said that a “team of dedicated reporters” was responsible for the publication of fake stories in both papers, claiming that it had discovered fake articles and articles that were “fraudulent.”
In the case of the Post, the “team” also found a “false story” about the city of Philadelphia that was then shared on Twitter.
The “fake article” was shared by fake accounts that had posted photos of themselves with a fake sign reading, “Philadelphia is in danger,” and claimed that the city was “on fire.”
The fake article was retweeted more than 2,000 times, which is a total of more than 1.5 million times since it was published on March 5.
The ABC News story was shared about an hour after it was posted, and has been retweeted by more than 3,500 people.
The New Times released the following statement on Wednesday: “In an effort to provide our readers with accurate and reliable news, the Associated Press uses fake news stories as part of its mission.
In an effort that we continue to be proud of, we share the work of our journalists and news partners with our readers.”
The ABC News article was not shared by the fake news outlets as the fake content had been published in a number of news feeds and Twitter accounts.
The fake news in the ABC article was shared in one of these feeds and was shared at about 2:20 p.m. local time, more than an hour before the New Jersey Governor and President Donald Trump were scheduled to speak.
This is a developing story and will be updated.